May.23NBA Real-Time Facebook Analytics

The 2013 NBA Playoffs are in full swing. There’s no better time of the year to be an NBA fan than during the playoffs.

The lights are brighter. The fans are louder. The pace is faster.

Social media is also much louder.

To see how the conversation plays out on Facebook, we put together the NBA Real-Time Facebook Battle. Here we look at the Miami Heat vs. the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals.

NBA Real-Time Facebook AnalyticsDuring the last 24 hours, we can see that the Miami Heat Facebook Fans are completely dominating the Indiana Pacers Facebook Fans.

Between the 2 official Facebook Pages, the Heat have 97% Share of Engagement (Likes, Comments and Shares on Posts by the Page) over the past 24 hours.

Game 1 Analysis

Game 1 between Miami and Indiana on Wednesday May 22 was a back-and forth thriller.

The voice of Indiana Pacers Fans peaked just after 11 PM EST.

NBA Real-Time Facebook AnalyticsThis was right after Paul George nailed a cold-blooded three at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime.

NBA Real-Time Facebook AnalyticsAs the game moved into overtime, Miami Heat fans countered with an explosion of Likes, Comments and Shares as LeBron James hit a layup at the buzzer to clinch the Game 1 victory.

NBA Real-Time Facebook Analytics

NBA Real-Time Facebook AnalyticsIt’s clear the Miami Heat are dominating the Indiana Pacers on Facebook, but this story is not yet finished. What will happen next?

Check out the NBA Real-Time Facebook Battle to follow the story as it unfolds.

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